Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Specs with Octa-Core Processor, 4 GB RAM, and 4K Screen Display.

Each and every day the next installment in the famed Samsung Phablet series is looking better and better. The best-selling Galaxy Note series will be getting the fifth and best release so far with the upcoming Galaxy Note 5. Still well over six months to go until we see the fifth installment, we are hearing many rumors on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 specs.

The latest rumors on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 specs give an in-depth look at the processor, onboard memory, and the screen display. Much of what we have been speculating on looks to become a reality in the upcoming concept as it looks like we’ll see the first Samsung smartphone to debut with an octa-core processor.

The eight core processor looks almost certain in the Note 5 specs, and is expected to become a high priority for Samsung. An octa-core processor will have a big difference on many aspects that consumers will appreciate including the visual display, processing speed, battery efficiency, and so much more.

We’re still waiting to see if Samsung elects to go with the Exynos or Qualcomm chipset as both have be rumored to be featured as the Galaxy Note 5 processor. The biggest difference that consumers will notice between an octa-core and a quad-core processor is nearly a 50% faster multitasking and processing experience.

We are also almost certain that the Note 5 will be getting a boost in onboard memory as it is likely to feature 4 GB of RAM. This will be an increase in the 3 GB of RAM in the Note 3 as consumers will notice a difference in speed and precision.

Probably one of the biggest aspects that consumers will appreciate when looking at the new Samsung Galaxy Note 5 specs is a 4K display. A 4 times HD display will be made possible with the octa-core processor, especially if we see the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor that has been rumored. The screen is expected to increase from 5.7 – 5.8 inches, and boast a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 versus a resolution of 1920 x 1080 for a 2K display. For a full break-down of specs, take a look at our complete preview.